In My Particular Case short film by Chico Jofilsan | STASH MAGAZINE

“In My Particular Case” Short Film by Chico Jofilsan

In his ambitious new passion project, Uruguay-based Brazilian director/animator Chico Jofilsan employs multiple techniques to tackle one of the central dilemmas facing all creatives, “How to choose one idea from among so many?” [Read more]

Motionpoems On Lock Down by On Lockdown by Todd Boss and Calum Macdiarmid | STASH MAGAZINE

Motion Poems: “On Lockdown” by Calum Macdiarmid

Wonderfully minimal and melancholy vignettes by London director/animator Calum Macdiarmid provide a perfect compliment for a poem by Todd Boss reflecting on quarantine and the social trigger of George Floyd’s death. [Read more]

TED-Ed Why You Should Read Dune | STASH MAGAZINE

TED-Ed “Why You Should Read Dune” by Recircle

Recircle studio in Zagreb, Croatia, shifts away from their usual focus on animated content for kids to craft this beautifully illustrated synopsis of Frank Herbert’s landmark 1965 sci-fi novel “Dune” for TED-Ed. [Read more]

Sparks The Existential Threat music video by Cyriak | STASH MAGAZINE

Sparks “The Existential Threat” Music Video by Cyriak

UK director/animator Cyriak brings all his mastery of subversive weirdness to this music video for “The Existential Threat”, a track off the newest album from venerable American pop innovators Sparks. [Read more]

deadmau5 & The Neptunes Pomegranate music video | STASH MAGAZINE

deadmau5 & The Neptunes “Pomegranate” by Nick DenBoer

For his third deadmau5 music video, Toronto director/animator Nick DenBoer slathers his talent for CG comedy all over an epic chunk of intergalactic nonsense featuring The Neptunes (aka Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo). [Read more]

Lots of Love collaborative animated short film | STASH MAGAZINE

60 Animators Wish the World “Lots of Love”

Back in late 2019 when Sydney motion designer and illustrator Ben Marriot invited an international crew of animators to rally around the theme of Love, he could not have known just how much the world would need such a film in 2020. [Read more]